April 25, 2001
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud affirmed Tuesday the importance of relations with Africa, calling on Lebanese expatriates to keep in contact with the
Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri said Tuesday that US President George W. Bush had assured him he would stay "engaged" in seeking Middle East peac
<b>Date:</b> Apr 18 – Apr 22, 2001 <b>Location:</b> Beirut, Lebanon <b>Specifics:</b> The International E-Commerce Conference and Exhibition for the Middle East <b>Coordination By:</b> Internat
<b>Date:</b> Apr 18 – Apr 22, 2001 <b>Location:</b> Beirut, Lebanon <b>Specifics:</b> The 6th International Telecommunications Exhibition and Conference for the Middle East <b>Coordination By:</
<b>Date:</b> Apr 18 – Apr 22, 2001 <b>Location:</b> Beirut, Lebanon <b>Specifics:</b> The 7th International Exhibition and Conference for Information and Office Technology serving the Middle East
April 24, 2001
More than 270 high school students from Turkey, Egypt, Lebanon in addition to the hosting country, Bahrain, will take part in the three-day Seventh An
Exiled former Lebanese army commander Michel Aoun reiterated his call for the withdrawal of the Syrian Army Monday, saying that “the move would be bet
The Union of Arab Chambers of Commerce will hold in Beirut Wednesday a meeting that will focus on further cooperation among and developments related t
The Lebanese Hizbollah movement’s deputy secretary-general said Monday that the party had rejected the latest request by the International Committee o
Pope John Paul renewed his call on Monday for the observance of international law and UN resolutions in the Middle East to allow negotiations to resum
April 23, 2001
Israeli Foreign Minister Shimon Peres on Monday ruled out any imminent attack inside Syria following the Jewish state's air raid last week on a Syrian
An array of Islamists are gathering in Tehran for a pro-Intifada conference. Meanwhile, Iran called on Hizbollah not to stop attacks on Israel.
Lebanon’s Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri started Sunday on a 10-day foreign trip to discuss the regional situation and boost Lebanon’s economy.
The Lebanese Hizbollah movement said Sunday that it will hit the Israeli army in the disputed Shabaa farms area “as soon as the opportunity arises.”
April 22, 2001
Lebanese Finance Minister, Fouad Siniora, announced on Friday, April 20, the issuance of $400 million, 15-year bonds, with an annual interest rate of of 11.6 percent.